Week 23 of Major League Baseball is over, but before the door closes for the week, we first need to take a look at the top fantasy baseball news and headlines from Sunday’s major baseball games. Yesterday’s work was highlighted by breaking records by Spencer Strider And the Framber ValdezAnd the Aaron JudgeContinuing the hunt for Roger Maris and Xander Bogarts 1400The tenth Hit career. Don’t forget to check out our updated fantasy baseball rankings for September before selecting your lineups this week as well as the latest MLB injury report and the fantasy baseball spotlight series, players going up and down watching baseball fantasy stocks. So, before you start another fantasy baseball week, let’s go back and take a look at yesterday’s best shows.
Aaron Judge On the Triple Crown watch!
Aaron Judge He spent his season chasing the ghost of Roger Maris and scored in the MLS 61 home runs in one season. With two rounds at home in yesterday’s 12-8 win over Milwaukee Judge, the season totaled 59. But there’s more as Judge also crept onto the AL’s striking leaderboard and positioned himself in contention to claim the triple crown – his first in 10 years (Meiji Cabrera-2012). ).
With 2 weeks left, Judge maintains significant lead in both home runs and RBIs – Houston Jordan Alvarez He is 22 home runners behind Judge and Cleveland’s Jose Ramirez He is 15 RBIs behind the Yankee slugger. Now after four more hits on Sunday, the judge was closing in on the third Triple Crown category and is now hitting a .316 average, tied with Boston. Xander Bogarts For second place in AL, after only Minnesota Louis Arazwhich is in .317.
what a day Spencer Strider And the brave. Atlanta were able to keep up with the Mets by sweeping the weekend series against the Phillies and another dominant performance from Strider that included his 200th goal of the season, which made history in several ways:
First MLB rookie since 2012 to score 200 shillings
The fastest pitcher reaches 200,000 in one season
First rookie rookie to produce 200 shillings in a single season in over 100 years
Not very shabby.
Astros ejector Framber Valdez He also made major league history yesterday, posting his 25th good start in a row, a new record for one season. Southpaw extended his streak against athletics, throwing six innings of two-ball hits while hitting seven hitters.
Valdez’s quality starting streak began on April 25th against Texas, and he has since turned off the lights with an overall season record of 16-5 and 2.57 ERA/1.11 WHIP.
Yesterday’s Astros win reduced their magic number to 1 to take Al West, thanks to the Mariners’ 6-1 loss to the Angels.
The Mets NL East’s magic number dropped to 2 after a 7-3 win over the Pirates and the Brewers losing to the Yankees.
The Yankees are now five games ahead of the Blue Jays in the Middle East after the Jays lost to the Orioles.
In the NL Wild Card, Padres jumped ahead of the Phillies to second after defeating the Diamondbacks along with Philadelphia’s loss at Atlanta. The Braves kept up with the Mets after beating the Phillies and they are just one game away in the NL East.
Xander Bogarts He scored his 1,400th career career record in the Red Sox’s 13-3 win against the Royals.
I put it in an exclusive company. Karl Jastrzemsky (1,480 hits), Bobby Doerr (1,437 hits) and Jim Rice (1,429 hits) are the only other players in Red Sox history to reach 1,400 results before turning 30.
Anthony Rizzowho has not played since then On August 31st, yesterday he made a big comeback for the Yankees. They decided to bring him back into the lineup after watching the head-to-head batting practice only once instead of going on a rehab job. He definitely delivered! Rizzo went to a yard and earned a double in the Yankees’ 121-8 win over the Brewers. The hope is that Rizzo can maintain his productivity in the extended period into the playoffs after dealing with back issues for most of the second half. His home run was his 31st this season, and his second on the team after Judge.